We are pleased to report that the EURINV19 project has concluded with success.
This project has supported the EDI providers of the consortium and their clients to
meet the European Standard (EN) on electronic invoice for cross-border transactions
5according to both the Directive 2014/55/EU (eInvoicing Directive) and their Member
States’ legislation in invoicing.
The transnational consortium which conformed this action was composed by 14
participants from 8 different Member States (Sweden, Slovakia, Ireland, Spain, UK,
Italy, France and Netherlands). In fact, 6 consolidated EDI providers’ eInvoicing cloud
platforms from different Member States have been upgraded in order to be fully
compliant with the EN, including both syntaxes approved by CEN (UBL 2.1 and CII)
and achieving advanced eInvoicing functionalities. Moreover, Trinity College, Althea,
Tatra and Carrefour have uptaken an eInvoicing solution compliant with the EN.
EURINV19 was a project co-financed by the European Health and Digital Executive
Agency (HaDEA), formerly Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA),
granted under the CEF Telecom Program. It was coordinated by University of
Valencia and counted with the technical support of LMT Group.
Find out more about the project on: http://cef.uv.es/eurinv19/
The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Crediflow and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the European Union.